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Sport Report: Dortmund rules out January sale of Sancho

02:10  16 october  2020
02:10  16 october  2020 Source:   nbcsports.com

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 This is Bibiana Steinhaus BVB will not sell Jadon Sancho in this transfer period, that has been certain for weeks. In England they still believe that the youngster will move to Manchester United, which has now led to laughter in Dortmund. © Provided by SPOX Jadon Sancho will not leave BVB. In order to be able to announce the sensational move from Sancho to Manchester shortly before the end of the transfer period, Sky Sports UK sent their long-time reporter Gary Cotterhil to Dortmund.

Borussia Dortmund have unequivocally ruled out Jadon Sancho 's departure this month amid interest from the Premier League, reports Sky Sports. Sancho was disciplined by Dortmund in the build up to the January transfer market for reporting back to the club late after the November international

The sale of Sancho will mean a huge profit for Dortmund after his arrival from Manchester City’s Sancho , who has been in Gareth Southgate’s England squad for almost two years, has been He was fined, however, by German football authorities for breaching lockdown rules when he had a haircut.

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Sancho is off-limits to suitors until at least the summer, says German publication Bild (link behind paywall).

The report claims that Borussia Dortmund will not sell to any clubs including Manchester United in the January transfer window, even if a bidder meets its asking price for the English winger.

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Jadon Sancho fits the bill of what Manchester United need but Andy Townsend has urged caution on forking out a club-record fee to sign the talented Sancho has emerged as one of the world's most exciting young footballers over the past few years having broken through at Borussia Dortmund .

Under club rules , Dortmund players must report back for training after international duty at least 48 hours before their next match. Staff struggled to get hold of Sancho as he effectively went AWOL in what was perceived as an effort to force through a move away from the club.

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, with the English international level with Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne’s 33.


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BVB values Sancho at nearly $140 million. The 20-year-old former Man City academy star already has one goal and two assists in three matches across all competitions this season.

Sancho came off the bench in England’s two matches this international break. For his career, Sancho’s collected two goals and four assists in 15 caps.

United spent well on attackers on Deadline Day, signing free agent Edinson Cavani, buying Penarol phenom Facundo Pellistri, and agreeing the January arrival of Amad Diallo of Atalanta. The Red Devils also locked up left back Alex Telles from Porto and bought Donny van de Beek from Ajax earlier in the summer.

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Jadon Sancho ’s Borussia Dortmund future could be a regular topic of conversation in the January transfer window, with Manchester United and Liverpool That is because the player was once again late to report for a team briefing and training sessions before Wednesday night’s Champions League

Speaking on Tuesday, Dortmund insisted that Sancho would be staying at the Westfalenstadion after the forward Man Utd are pressing to sign Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho this transfer window (Image: GETTY). A lot of quick wide players sometimes do but he picks out the right pass.

United may not currently plan to chase any attackers in January but how might that change if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to struggle and the Red Devils change coaches? Max Allegri, Mauricio Pochettino, or whoever else takes charge may well want something other than who is on the books.

As for Dortmund, the German powers harbor hopes of a breaking Bayern Munich’s hold on the Bundesliga title. Lucien Favre will certainly be happy to deploy Sancho for a full season and the player is signed through the 2022-23 season, so BVB won’t even enter the dreaded “year before the final year” of a contract until the summer of 2021.

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Report: Dortmund rules out January sale of Sancho originally appeared on NBCSports.com

Sancho, Haaland rescue toiling Dortmund in 'game that won't go in history books' .
Jadon Sancho and Erling Braut Haaland spared Borussia Dortmund's blushes with late goals on Wednesday, as the German side laboured to a 2-0 victory over Zenit St. Petersburg in the Champions League in a game even their boss admitted "won't go down in the history books". Sancho's 77th-minute spot-kick and a stoppage time strike from Haaland decided an otherwise turgid game in Dortmund's favour, giving them the first three points of their Group F campaign. "It was difficult today. We had the ball a lot and we had to be patient and not rush things," Haaland told Sky.

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